Message from Dr. Wendy Royer, Assistant Superintendent, Waynesboro Area School District
Every three years our district is required to create
a Comprehensive Plan. This plan reflects the mission, vision, and shared values of the Waynesboro Area School District.
The plan identifies district goals based on priorities selected by the Steering Committee. We thank over 60 members of our community for their input to this plan. The plan was approved in February of 2016.
WASD Strategic Plan
Our elementary, middle school, and high school presented an overview of current goals, initiatives, and assessment data to the Academic Committee. Click below to view these presentations.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
Elementary Presentation Fall 2015.pdf
Middle School Presentation
WAMS Presentation Fall 2015.pdf
High School Presentation
WASHS Presentation Fall 2015.pdf
WASHS Keystone Report - Spring 2015
WASHS Keystone Report - Spring 2015.pdf
Dr. Royer started her career in education in the Waynesboro Area School District from 1988 - 1997 at Summitview Elementary. She returned to WASD in 2012 as the Assistant Superintendent.
Dr. Royer earned her doctorate in instructional leadership from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh. She also received her elementary and secondary administrative certificate from Shippensburg University and her M.S. in Curriculum and Instruction while on an academic fellowship from Pennsylvania State University. She also holds a B.S. degree in early childhood and special education from West Chester University. Dr. Royer has a background as a preschool teacher, special education teacher, instructional support teacher, assistant high school principal, elementary principal, and adjunct instructor for Pennsylvania State University and Arcadia University. Dr. Royer also served as Superintendent for School District of Springfield Township from 2009-2012.
Dr. Royer is married to Dade Royer. Dade is the Executive Director for Renfrew Museum. Their son Jared and his wife Lauren reside in Burlington, Vermont. Dr. Royer is also very proud of her first grandchild, Noah Royer, born June 27, 2012 to Tyler Royer and Bobbi Lohman.
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